15 Impressive Sculptures of the Past and Present
Spread your wings | Taken at The Cimitero monumentale di Staglieno. This is an extensive cemetery located on a hillside in Genoa, Italy.
Galatea in Acis’ arms | The Medici Fountain sculpture in Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. August Otten, 1863.
Bathsheba | Benjamin Victor, 2013.
Satyr and Bacchante | Marbre de Jean-Jacques Pradier (Genève, 1790 – Bougival, 1852). Musée du Louvre (Paris)
The murdered Abel | Giovanni Duprè, St. Petersburg, 1842.
Leda and the Swan | Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, 1870. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The Nymph Salmacis | Francois Joseph Bosio, 1826. The Louvre.
Rape of Polyxena | Pio Fedi, 1865.
A mourning angel | One of the statues at the Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno in Genoa.
A maid | From the Crozatier Museum, France.
The Veiled Woman | Giovanni Battista Lombardi, 1869.
Beatrice Cenci | Harriet Hosmer, 1857.
Escapees from Pompeii | One of the sculptures at the Ballarat Botanical Gardens Reserve.
A maid with a dog | One of the sculptures at the Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno in Genoa.
Archimedes of Syracuse | Simon Louis Bouquet, 1752. The Louvre.
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